Larsiny Family

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Larsiny Family
Also known as Larsiny Records
Origin North Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Genres Hip hop/Rap
Occupation(s) Rapper
Years active 2000-2003
Labels Full Surface/Real Ill Records
Kross Over Entertainment/E1 Music
Associated acts Swizz Beatz
Sterling Simms
Ruff Ryders
Website Official Larsiny Site
Members Cassidy
Shiz Lansky
Chubby Jag
Past members Cal Akbar

Larsiny or Larsiny Family is a hip hop group/label from North Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Rapper Cassidy helped found the crew Larsiny with his home-town-friends Cal Akbar and Shiz Lansky, who is featured on the song "I Pray" on the B.A.R.S. The Barry Adrian Reese Story album. They got their first break after being signed to the Ruff Ryders in 1998, after being featured on Ryde or Die Vol. 2.

Music highlights[edit]

2006-2007: Full Surface[edit]

They appeared on numerous mixtapes, and released the street single "Boyz Iz Back".[1] They have 2 new mixtapes, one released and the other under Big Mike & DJ Thoro, the first, Larsiny Put Ya L's In The Sky released on January 4, 2008, and the second, 100 Bars Mixtape (a.k.a. North Philly of Death) released on April 19, along with AR-AB's solo tapes Welcome To Trap Street and I See Dead People.

2008-2009: Larsiny Break-Up?[edit]

In 2008, there was a beef brewing between Cassidy and Cal Akbar that was trying to be kept secret. Until in February 2009 various clips of Cal Akbar dissing Cassidy appeared on YouTube, resulting in a response track on Cassidy's Apply Pressure MixTape called "Dear Rodney (Akbar Diss)" and also Akbar's departure from the Larsiny group.

2009-present: Moving to Kross Over[edit]

Cassidy took his Larsiny Family label over to Kross Over Entertainment and E1 Music with him, and released his fourth studio album titled C.A.S.H. .[2] In a 40-minute video speaking on the Meek Mill and Cassidy beef, AR-Ab, though still on good terms with his former mentor, confirmed that he was no longer in Larsiny Family.


  • 2008: Put Ya L's In The Sky (Hosted by DJ Thoro)
  • 2009: 100 Bars (North Philly of Death)


  1. ^ YouTube - Broadcast Yourself
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